In addition to its own identity, famous tourist destinations still have common "formulas" towards sustainable development.
"Common denominator" of the tourist paradise
With an area of only 721.5 km2, equal to 1/3 of Ho Chi Minh City, only slightly higher than Vietnam's Phu Quoc island, Singapore's urban planning is considered the most meticulous in the world. During the development process, the island nation has balanced population growth and growth of tourists with the policy of ensuring housing for the people as well as focusing on natural landscapes. Therefore, 90% of Singaporeans all own houses - a top rate in the world.
In Vietnam, famous destinations such as Da Nang, Nha Trang, or Phu Quoc ... also have to take this problem into account when planning urban areas.
Because in order to meet the needs of accommodation, dining and entertainment of a huge influx of tourists, it is necessary to have a large number of labor, long-term stay experts here. As a rule of thumb, the population in popular tourist destinations will increase to ensure large inflows of tourists. The lives of the local people have also been prosperous since then, and since then they require comfortable space, utility infrastructure ...
Therefore, the sooner and more methodical planning of urban areas, houses, residential areas will ensure long-term sustainable development. In the planning process, urban space should be calculated to expand, instead of focusing on traditional central areas, which quickly overloads these areas.
It can be called as "the common denominator" for the development of tourist destinations. This "formula" is even easier to apply in tourist destinations that are in the early stages of development, typically Phu Quoc.
Phu Quoc tourism is growing spectacularly
In the past 5 years, Ngoc Island tourism has grown rapidly, increasing by several tens of percent each year. In the first 7 months of this year, Ngoc Phu Quoc Island welcomed approximately 3 million tourists, an increase of 77.41T1T compared to the same period in 2018. Human resources from other localities, even from abroad "attracted" to the island Ngoc serves the travel service industry, which leads to a huge demand for home ownership, especially for housing and business. Therefore, the creation of new urban areas right on the island is an indispensable requirement.
Model urban area: the arrow hits two targets
In the plan to submit to the Government for the policy of establishing Phu Quoc city, Kien Giang province is expected to establish Phu Quoc city with 8 wards and 1 commune under its authority. After its establishment, Phu Quoc city has a natural area of more than 589 km2, a population of 127,709 people.
In fact, about half of the population of Phu Quoc is concentrated mainly in Duong Dong town, causing overload. Ngoc Dao needs to develop more model urban areas such as the Sun Grand City New An Thoi island urban area.
Located in the "gateway" position to the billion-dollar tourism, resort and entertainment complex in South Phu Quoc, planned on an area of 35 hectares, Sun Grand City New An Thoi townhouses meet the needs of living. both business, ideal for rent with an average area of each apartment from 100m2 to 250m2, frontage up to 8m is designed with transparent glass walls, optimal business facade advantages.
It can be said that in the development history of Ngoc Island, this is the first time a model urban area appears with a large investment in design, architectural planning, landscape space, utility infrastructure ... . Bringing the colorful Mediterranean imprint, Sun Grand City New An Thoi, located at the heart of the Sun Group billion-dollar complex in South Phu Quoc is also expected to be the place where tourists come to South Phu Quoc. Definitely must visit to enjoy, enjoy all services, shop for local produce.
Thus, with the creation of the island urban area in the future, the population of Phu Quoc will gradually move here, creating a balance, harmony, meeting the requirements of modern urban development, creating a solid stepping stone. for Ngoc Island to gradually move towards the first "island city" of Vietnam.
Seizing the opportunity to stabilize a new and prosperous life in the South of Ngoc Island is a wise choice in the context of a very limited gold land fund.